A request for quotation (RFQ) is a document that a visitor submits to one or more potential suppliers eliciting quotations for a product or service. Typically, an RFQ seeks an itemized list of prices for something that is well-defined and quantifiable.
Learn how to submit an RFQ. Follow the steps mentioned below,
How To Submit A New RFQ?
The RFQ form is available here. If the visitor is looking for a specific product or a service, through RFQ the visitor can reach out to the suppliers who provide that specific item.
Step 1 - Log in to the Visitor Dashboard.
Step 2 - Go to "Marketplace" from the left side menu.
Step 3 - Click on the "Try RFQ'' button.
Step 4 - You will be directed to the RFQ form.
Step 5 - Fill in the details. Add "Product Name", Select "Enquiry Type" from the drop-down menu, select the relevant "Categories"
Add Target Order Quantity
Add similar product links if available.
Add a detailed description of the products.
Add images (similar images of the product you are looking for) or add documents. Drag & drop the files here or click & browse the files and upload them here.
Chose Delivery Type. Choose your preferred delivery type & tick in the box.
CIF - Cost, Insurance, and Freight
FOB - Free On Board
CNF - Cost & Freight (or Cost, no Insurance, Freight) or
Step 6 - Once completed. Click "Submit" to submit RFQ.
Your RFQ will be submitted. It will be forwarded to relevant suppliers. Once a supplier sends a quote you will be notified via email & also on the dashboard.
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